Moving OnSiyaphambili means "Moving on" in the isiXhosa language and is the guiding principle of our organization - helping those left vulnerable by AIDS and poverty to move on with their lives.
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A wonderful article on the new kitchen project was published in a Boston, MA, USA newspaper on 22 May, 2013:
Problem: the current kitchen at Siyaphambili AIDS Orphan Village is broken, worn out, cramped, unsafe and can make meals for so many only by the sheer will and hard, too hard, work of the staff and volunteers! Solution: Post a … Continue reading
Siyaphambili is excited to announce that we have qualified as an organization to post a project on the Global Giving international website platform for the month of April as a challenge to raise the money we need to build a … Continue reading
Today the whole village at Siyaphambili AIDS Orphanage celebrated Human Rights Day with presentations, song and dance, work groups, discussion groups, awareness sessions that included members of Langa’s churches, government agencies, media, representatives from the Swedish NGO SOFIA, and the … Continue reading
Human Rights Day Celebration 2013 coming to Siyaphambili AIDS Orphan Village – Invitation and Program
Siyaphambili and Ndileka its founder cordially invite you/company/organization to come and celebrate Humans Rights Day with us. In honor of this historic day, we have embarked on hosting a community gathering with stakeholders, churches, businesses and the broader Langa community. … Continue reading
On March 6, 2013, Siyaphambili AIDS Orphan Village charity was accepted as a posting under the umbrella South African website iamsavingtheworld.org.za and will be listed as an AIDS organization with a link to the Siyaphambili website.
On February 22, 2013, at noon, Ndileka Xameni received the Cape Town Subcouncil 15 Mayor’s Civic Award for her Siyaphambili Orphan Village work. It was a very wonderful ceremony. See more on our media page.